A significant rise in the number of short positions taken on the iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF was observed in August (NASDAQ: SHV). As of August 31, 1,160,000 shares had been borrowed, a 23.1% rise over the amount of 942,600 borrowed the day before. The number of days represented by the short-interest ratio is 0.2, derived from the fact that an average daily volume of 4,832,300 shares is traded.
In addition, the business disclosed that it had paid a monthly dividend on September 8; this event was publicized to the general public. On Friday, September 2, dividend payments of $0.161 per share were mailed out to investors who already had their information on file. The result is that there will be a dividend payment of $1.93 per year, in addition to a dividend yield of 1.76%. After the cutoff date of September 1, this dividend started being distributed to shareholders.
The iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF had been paying out a monthly dividend of $0.13, representing an increase over that previous amount. On Friday, the first day of trading for SHV, the price was $109.95. The simple moving average for the company over the past 50 days is $100.02, and the simple moving average over the past 200 days is $110.13, respectively. During the past 52 weeks, the price of the iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF has fluctuated between a low of $109.92 and a high of $110.48. The current price is $110.48.
In the most recent few months, several hedge funds and other forms of institutional investors in this stock have experienced alterations in the portfolio composition of their holdings in this stock. Castleview Partners LLC made a new investment in the iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF during the second quarter by contributing around $32,000. This was the company’s first investment in the fund. New investment in the iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF with a value of $40,000 was made by Private Capital Group LLC during the first three months of 2018.
During the second quarter of the current fiscal year, Hudock Inc. boosted the percentage of the iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF that it held in its portfolio by 67.1%. Hudock Inc. now directly owns 406 shares of the company’s stock, which are worth a combined total of $44,000 after purchasing an additional 163 shares during the most recent fiscal quarter. Patriot Financial Group Insurance Agency LLC increased its investment in the iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF by 332.9 percent during the second quarter. The new owner of 749 shares of the business’s stock is now the owner of 749 shares of company’s stock. During the most recent fiscal quarter, the company bought 576 additional shares, bringing the total number of shares it owns to 749. These shares are currently valued at $82,000 as of right now. Last but not least, SeaCrest Wealth Management LLC made a fresh investment in the iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF during the second quarter of the fiscal year.
This acquisition set me back close to $105,000 when it was fully paid for.
The iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF (the Vehicle ) is now a publicly traded exchange-traded fund but was formerly known as the iShares Barclays Short Treasury Bond Fund, was formerly known as the iShares Barclays Short Treasury Bond Fund. The iShares Barclays Short Treasury Bond Fund was formerly known as the iShares Barclays Short Treasury Bond Fund (ETF). The Fund’s primary investment objective is to generate returns on investments that, in terms of both price and yield performance, are competitive with those generated by the Barclays Capital U.S. Short Treasury Bond Index (the Index). The Index looks at how well public debts issued by the U.S. Treasury that have between one and twelve months until they have to be paid back are doing.
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